In lieu of talking it out with a therapist, or going to group therapy, this is where I work it all out. Sometimes it’s just sharing, sometimes it’s ranting, and sometimes it’s wishful thinking. For those of you who read this blog, thank you. It helps to know I’m not just talking out there toContinue reading “This Is Therapy”
Reluctantly, I started a new account. I use the platform to keep in touch with friends and family who are quite literally scattered across the world.
So, I was hacked and subsequently went to Facebook jail. It happened at the worst possible time, while I was in the Bush without signal. Had I been in a place where I could respond to the hacking right away, I don’t think it would have been so bad. Ultimately, I lost ten plus yearsContinue reading “The Aftermath”
Being out in the woods can be very relaxing. There’s a different rhythm out there. I feel less distracted and more in tune with the environment. There’s still a constant groan of a generator, but it doesn’t mask the sound of Lunes calling each other at twilight. I was content with the downloads on myContinue reading “HACKED!”
I don’t get into pissant exchanges of jabs and name calling.
Being willing to fail is being willing to learn, and I have both failed and learned a lot.
Except for the COVID shutdown, I tend to be in and out of my house. Sometimes I’m home for a visit, and sometimes for a stay. The difference between the two is four weeks. Anything more than a month is a stay. When I do stay home, it’s always an adjustment for both my husbandContinue reading “Home Routine”
It’s been a while since I’ve had a good rant. As I’ve progressed in building out the back of my truck, I spent a lot of time on social media, looking at other people’s builds to find ideas. I looked at both #truckcamping and #vanlife posts and found that although similar, van life and truckContinue reading “Truck Camping vs. Van Life”
All the world’s a stage,And all the men and women merely players;They have their exits and their entrances;And one (wo)man in (their) time plays many parts Words of Shakespeare, from the play “As You Like It,” (wo) and (their) added by me. These words have never been more true today with the rise of videoContinue reading “Performance Art”
It started with a faint smell grass fire. I was heading to pick up a friend to run some errands. By the time we reached our first stop, the smell of smoke was unmistakable. “There must be a grass fire near by,” I said as we entered the store. The smell lingered in my noseContinue reading “Smoke Gets In Your Eyes”